As much as ITV have tried over the years, BBC Saturday morning kids magazine shows have generally been the most popular. It wasn't until SM:TV Live in the late 90's that that changed, meaning that Motormouth was just another in a long string of well, second stringers. Doesn't mean it was bad though. Any show with a life-size Mouse Trap board must be good. I can't honestly remember all that much about it, mostly just that Art Attack's Neil Buchanan and Bad Influence's Andy Crane hosted it for a while. I was surprised to read that Julian Ballentyne (now head presenter on QVC) and Gaby Roslin (who was the original female host of Big Breakfast with Chris Evans and annual Children In Need host) also hosted for a while.
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